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Kisinona Shrine location and solution for Tears of the Kingdom (Totk)

Short and sweet

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Longer isn’t always better. At least, that’s probably what Nintendo developers had in mind when coming up with Kisinona Shrine. If you’re looking for a shrine in Tears of the Kingdom that will give you a quick Light of Blessing, this one would be it. However, just because it’s relatively short doesn’t make it easy. We’ll cover everything you need to know to complete Kisinona Shrine below, but first, let’s take a look at how to find it.

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How to find Kisinona Shrine in Tears of the Kingdom

Kisinona shrine is located in the Eldin Canyon region of Hyrule. The closest tower to the shrine is Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower. To get to the shrine, use the tower and glide directly east toward Cephla Lake. You’ll find the shrine on the shores of the west side of the lake.

Alternatively, you can use Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower or Upland Zorana Skyview Tower. Both are roughly the same distance from the shrine as Eldin Canyon. Check the screenshot above for the precise location on the map.

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How to complete Kisinona Shrine

As mentioned above, Kisinona Shrine is one of the shortest puzzle shrines in Tears of the Kingdom. There’s just one chest to collect and one puzzle to complete to get the Light of Blessing. To begin, use Ultrahand to pick up one of the fans from the right side of the room and place it on the floor, fan upwards at the bottom of the chest platform, as pictured above.

Activate the fan to create an updraft and use Link’s glider to float up to the chest. Open it to receive a Mighty Construct Bow, which is particularly useful for mid-level players.

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Now on to the puzzle. The aim here is to simultaneously move the wheel in the middle of the room and all of the small turbines surrounding it. To do this, you need to attach each of the fans in the room onto opposite sides of the wheel. Attach them both before activating either one, as once the wheel is moving, it’s difficult to place a second fan.

The fans need to be spaced apart, similar to the picture above, in order to hit all of the surrounding blades at the same time. Once the wheel is turning at full speed and all of the fans are spinning, you can collect your Light of Blessing.

That’s it! Kisinona Shrine is complete!


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